ORLANDO, Fla. (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- In a recent survey of 202 women, conducted by SheByShe.com, 39% of women would replace their boss, whether male or female. So what makes a boss bad, exactly? There are various reasons, but many of them have common themes, lack of constructive feedback, no clear expectations, or a lack of communication.
So, what makes a good boss?
A good boss is respectful and doesn’t talk down to workers, or place them in uncomfortable situations.
Almost 54% of the women in the SheByShe survey said their bosses provided constructive feedback and that had a positive impact on their career growth and development.
A boss who is knowledgeable and can set goals and follow through with them is also a trademark characteristic.
Whether you love or hate your boss, it is always important to communicate what would help you be the most efficient at your job.
Recently Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that he has one simple rule for hiring, he will only hire someone if he would be willing to work for that person. By only hiring people you would work for if roles were reversed, you will create a strong organization.
Contributors to this news report include: Mary Stufano, Assistant Producer; Kim Coley, Writer and Jamie Koczan, Editor.